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See detailSubjectivity and Digital Research
Takats, Sean UL

Scientific Conference (2019, February 18)

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See detailUnderstanding Alpha Decay
Penasse, Julien UL

Scientific Conference (2019, February 04)

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See detailNon-Coherent Massive SIMO System Based on M-DPSK for Rician Channels
Monzon Baeza, Victor UL; Garcia Armada, Ana

in IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (2019), 68(3), 2413-2426

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See detailReading-induced shifts in speech perception in dyslexic and typically reading children
Romanovska, Linda UL; Janssen, Roef; Bonte, Milene

in Frontiers in Psychology (2019), 221(10),

One of the proposed mechanisms underlying reading difficulties observed indevelopmental dyslexia is impaired mapping of visual to auditory speechrepresentations. We investigate these mappings in 20 ... [more ▼]

One of the proposed mechanisms underlying reading difficulties observed indevelopmental dyslexia is impaired mapping of visual to auditory speechrepresentations. We investigate these mappings in 20 typically reading and 20 childrenwith dyslexia aged 8–10 years using text-based recalibration. In this paradigm, thepairing of visual text and ambiguous speech sounds shifts (recalibrates) the participant’sperception of the ambiguous speech in subsequent auditory-only post-test trials.Recent research in adults demonstrated this text-induced perceptual shift in typical,but not in dyslexic readers. Our current results instead show significant text-inducedrecalibration in both typically reading children and children with dyslexia. The strengthof this effect was significantly linked to the strength of perceptual adaptation effects inchildren with dyslexia but not typically reading children. Furthermore, additional analysesin a sample of typically reading children of various reading levels revealed a significant linkbetween recalibration and phoneme categorization. Taken together, our study highlightsthe importance of considering dynamic developmental changes in reading, letter-speechsound coupling and speech perception when investigating group differences betweentypical and dyslexic readers. [less ▲]

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See detailDas Zielpublikum „Öffentlichkeit“ als Anknüpfungspunkt für (Medien-) Regulierung
Cole, Mark David UL

in UFITA - Archiv für Medienrecht und Medienwissenschaft (2019), 82(2018), 436-458

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See detailLa critique de la religion par les Lumières allemandes
Weis, Monique UL

Speeches/Talks (2019)

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See detailDigitale Verbindlichkeiten und der Bann der Blockchain – das Ende der Repräsentation?
Becker, Katrin UL

Presentation (2019, January 17)

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See detailLa déportation de civils en vue du travail forcé. Le discours de l’occupant allemand, d’une guerre à l’autre
Erpelding, Michel UL

in Cronier, Emmanuelle; Deruelle, Benjamin (Eds.) Argumenter en guerre: discours sur la guerre, discours dans la guerre de l’Antiquité à nos jours (2019)

This chapter examines the legal arguments used by Germany during WWI and WWII to justify its policy of deporting civilians to forced labour.

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See detailIntroduction: Versailles and the Broadening of ‘Peace Through Law’
Erpelding, Michel UL

in Erpelding, Michel; Hess, Burkhard; Ruiz Fabri, Helene (Eds.) Peace through Law: The Versailles Peace Treaty and Dispute Settlement after WWI (2019)

This introduction to the volume edited by the author with Burkhard Hess and Hélène Ruiz Fabri does not only present an outline of the different chapters in the volume, but also presents the Versailles ... [more ▼]

This introduction to the volume edited by the author with Burkhard Hess and Hélène Ruiz Fabri does not only present an outline of the different chapters in the volume, but also presents the Versailles Treaty and the other post-WWI Paris Peace Treaties in their historical context and assesses their overall impact on international law. [less ▲]

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See detailMapping long-term care quality assurance practices in the EU - Luxembourg -
Baumann, Michèle UL; Baumann-Croisier; Urbé, Robert

Report (2019)

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See detailChambers at the CJEU
Donati, Alessandra UL

in Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (2019)

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See detailОсобенности русской и английской речи детей-билингвов
Ganschow, Inna UL; Eremeeva, Aleksandra

Learning material (2019)

В центре магистерской работы находился феномен детского билингвизма как динамичного явления в речевом развитии ребенка. Информанты с рождения взаимодействуют со взрослыми, родными для которых являются ... [more ▼]

В центре магистерской работы находился феномен детского билингвизма как динамичного явления в речевом развитии ребенка. Информанты с рождения взаимодействуют со взрослыми, родными для которых являются разные (неродственные) языки – русский и английский.At the center of the master's work was the phenomenon of children's bilingualism as a dynamic phenomenon in the speech development of a child. From birth, informants interact with adults whose native languages are different (unrelated) languages - Russian and English. [less ▲]

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See detailPersuasive Technology, Social Representations and Ergonomics of Interfaces: A New Theoretical Articulation
Barbier, Mathilde UL; Moták, Ladislav; De Gasquet, Camille et al

in Oinas-Kukkonen, Harri; Win, Khin Than; Evangelos, Karapanos (Eds.) et al Persuasive Technology: Development of Persuasive and Behavior Change Support Systems (2019)

This paper addresses the possibility to build on the success of digital development in order to design messages that will be seen by individuals as being the most relevant to the object being addressed ... [more ▼]

This paper addresses the possibility to build on the success of digital development in order to design messages that will be seen by individuals as being the most relevant to the object being addressed. By studying the social representations status as well as ergonomic features of interfaces like the information elements’ location and the color of background, we tried to determine whether persuasive technology can be a particularly effective medium to achieve favorable attitudes and behaviors towards organ donation. We recorded participants’ ocular activity and administered them a self-reported measures questionnaire. Results show several significant effects, particularly on attitudes, intentions and behaviors. We demonstrate that to increase the persuasive impact of a message, it is better to mobilize central elements of the social representations of the object being treated and to place these elements in the middle of the screen. The blue background screen did not show the expected effects. However, regarding to the interaction between social representations’ status and background’s color, it seems that white is more appropriate than blue for technological persuasion. In the end, this research contributes to propose optimization tracks for public communication though technologies, for example in fields of health, commerce, education, environment, professional efficiency or social media marketing. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Generation of suffering related items: A process integrating consensus experts and Sorensen’s similarity analysis.
Bustan, Smadar; Anton, Fernand; Odero, Angela UL et al

in 33 nd Annual Conference on the European Health Psychology Society. Methodology.Publisher: EHPS (2019)

Health psychology and public health aspire to find ways for evaluating the suffering of patients. Quantitative assessment of pain-related suffering exists, but methodological frameworks implying ... [more ▼]

Health psychology and public health aspire to find ways for evaluating the suffering of patients. Quantitative assessment of pain-related suffering exists, but methodological frameworks implying qualitative approach based on a direct communication with participants are missing. Our aim was to analyse the procedure generating pain and suffering-related items and explore the validity of their content. Volunteers were all right-handed and of European origin. After received information concerning the aims of the study, they signed a consent to accept the experimental pain stimulation protocols and to receive financial compensation. Descriptors of pain-related suffering were gathered through 106 semi-structured interviews of 31 particpants (16 men ;15 women), age 18-33 years. A thematic categorical content analysis on the transcriptions was conducted. Verbatim were extracted and classified under categories. Cluster analysis on word of verbatim using the index of Sorensen was performed with N’Vivo12. The content of each category was validated through consensus by multidisciplinary experts (some have lived the experimental pain stimulation). Then they formulated 70 items to capture the overall pain-related suffering experience. In accordance to theories and with the help of the Sorensen’s similarity analysis, a conceptual framework with different dimensions (physical, mental, etc.) has been discussed and elaborated. The list obtained constitutes a first classification for laboratory use and a basis for the development of a routine clinical suffering assessment tool. This generation process should guarantee that the items are acceptable, comprehensive and relevant (reflecting the lived experience of the participants) ensuring a content validity of the future questionnaire [less ▲]

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See detailC-rank: a concept linking approach to unsupervised keyphrase extraction
Dalle Lucca Tosi, Mauro UL; Reis, Julio Cesar Dos

in Research Conference on Metadata and Semantics Research (2019)

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See detailDetecting “slippery slope” and other argumentative stances of opposition using tree kernels in monologic discourse
Liga, Davide UL; Palmirani, Monica

in International Joint Conference on Rules and Reasoning (2019)

The aim of this study is to propose an innovative methodology to classify argumentative stances in a monologic argumentative context. Particularly, the proposed approach shows that Tree Kernels can be ... [more ▼]

The aim of this study is to propose an innovative methodology to classify argumentative stances in a monologic argumentative context. Particularly, the proposed approach shows that Tree Kernels can be used in combination with traditional textual vectorization to discriminate between different stances of opposition without the need of extracting highly engineered features. This can be useful in many Argument Mining sub-tasks. In particular, this work explores the possibility of classifying opposition stances by training multiple classifiers to reach different degrees of granularity. Noticeably, discriminating support and opposition stances can be particularly useful when trying to detect Argument Schemes, one of the most challenging sub-task in the Argument Mining pipeline. In this sense, the approach can be also considered as an attempt to classify stances of opposition that are related to specific Argument Schemes. [less ▲]

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